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Process for Starting Over with new installation


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papasmithnc

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I replaced my Windows Utilmate pre-release version with Windows Home Premium. Now I have some problems including the program not recognizing one of my two hard drives and want to start over with a new installation. Can someone direct me as to how to proceed?

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http://www.buildeasy...ndows_vista.htm

Assuming that you are using one of the disks for storage, I would unplug the storage disc during the install. After the installation is complete, plug it back up and then partition/format it.
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... want to start over with a new installation.

Installing and reinstalling Windows 7
http://windows.micro...lling-Windows-7
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can someone tell me how to reset to default program when i bought this computer,,im selling it and want to get rid of all my stuff i ever had on this pc,,set to default,,please tell me how to do this,,,thnx
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steve35mm you need to start your own topic in the Win98 forum and include some system info like make and model for one of us to assist you.
Depending on the system there are different key combinations to use to do a factory restore for your system.
Trying to egt help on a topic started by someone else only complicates advice and may cause your system to be rendered useless by following advice not specifically made for your system.
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